From: James Kaufman <jim**At_Symbol_Here**LABSAFETY.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] ADV - Lab Safety Courses, Webinars, and Free Discussion Group
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2021 14:06:36 -0500
Reply-To: ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**Princeton.EDU>
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Here's the schedule for LSI's upcoming courses, webinars, seminars and free discussion group in December, January, February, and beyond;

You can register on our website:, use the provided links, or call 508-574-6264 for more information.

Save 33% ... For all two day courses scheduled thru the end of March, register two people and the second one is 50% off. And, here's another way to save. Save 50% … Find a friend or colleague who has taken a course. Ask them to let you use their 50% off coupon. After the course, give your coupon back to them.

All courses and webinars are available for groups on-demand.

Please share this message with others. Thanks ... Jim


Two-Day Lab Safety Course: December 8-9, 14-15; January 4-5, 19-20; February 2-3, 15-16

Safety in Secondary School Science Labs (one-day): February 8, March 10, April 20, May 17

Safety in the Laboratory (one-day): March 23, May 11, and July 5

Complying with MA's New OSHA Regulations (one-day): March 22, May 10, and July 6

How to Be a More Effective CHO (0ne-Day): December 16, January 6th, February 17, and March 31

Biosafety in the laboratory (one-day): February 9, April 19, and July 15

Safety is Elementary (one-day): April 21 and November 10

24-Hour Comprehensive Lab Safety Boot Camp: January 11-13, July 11-14, and August 2-4

Hazardous Waste Management: and all LSI courses are available on request

Webinars (one hour )

January 28 - Chemical Handling and Storage

February 4 - Legal Aspects of Safety

March 25 - Leadership in Safety

April 22 - Complying with the OSHA Lab Standard

Q&A and Coffee (Open forum to answer your lab safety questions: January 7, March 11, and May 20

Seminars (four hours)

Leadership in Safety - Increases the leaders' understanding of their critical role in improving the organization's EHS program.

(On demand and for the heads of organizations and their direct report only).

Prudent Practices Round Table (free)

The next sessions of the prudent practices round table discussion have not yet been scheduled. is scheduled. Recordings of the previous session are available on our website's Resources page (

Free copies of the Prudent Practices book are available at Search on google for Prudent Practices in the Laboratory 2011.

PS. LSI now has virtual lab inspections, safety program evaluations, document reviews, plus courses and seminars ... all virtual

James A. Kaufman, PhD

Founder/President Emeritus

The Laboratory Safety Institute (LSI)

A Nonprofit Educational Organization for Safety in Science, Industry, and Education

192 Worcester Street, Natick, MA 01760-2252

(O) 508-647-1900 (F) 508-647-0062 (C) 508-574-6264 Skype: labsafe; 508-401-7406

jim**At_Symbol_Here** Teach, Learn, and Practice Science Safely

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